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It was the home ground of San Lorenzo before they moved to their new stadium, Estadio Pedro Bidegain, which is sometimes referred to as "Estadio Nuevo Gasómetro" ("New Gasometer"), in 1993. The stadium had a capacity of 75,000 people.
San Lorenzo fans wish to return to their original home, "Viejo Gasómetro" (Old Gasometer), and won a court action saying that Carrefour should sell back the land that their supermarket is now built on.
- Jonathan Wilson (24 April 2014). "San Lorenzo look to divine alignment to help break Copa Libertadores duck". the guardian. Guardian News and Media. Retrieved 11 July 2014.
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